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An Open Design Opportunity!

We at Terrafugia are fortunate to have the opportunity to develop the future of personal transportation. It’s a fantastic position for those of us fortunate enough to work here, but in the past it has been frustrating because there have been so many wonderful people who have wanted to help us with whom we could… Read more »

My First Flight in the Transition

It was a moment I had been anticipating for most of my life: the first time I would take to the air in a machine that I had a hand in designing. This flight, and the flights of the other 11 “2-person test subjects” marked a milestone in the history of Terrafugia — the first… Read more »

Terrafugia STEM Presentation

COO Anna Mracek Dietrich, and CEO Carl Dietrich, the co-founders of Terrafugia, address the 10th annual Massachusetts STEM Summit at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, MA.

NASA Tech Brief: Terrafugia Webinar Thursday, March 6th

Are you interested in learning more about the technical challenges and design process of developing the Terrafugia Transition, the premier flying car? If so, we invite you to join Terrafugia Senior Engineers Mark Corriere and Nicholas Tucker as they present a one-time webinar hosted by NASA Tech Briefs, Thursday, March 6th at 1 pm (EST).… Read more »

Where we are going, we don’t need roads…

I am frequently asked about the need for our vehicles to drive on the road — especially in the context of TF-X — a vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft that can bring users much closer to their final destination by air. Engineers are quick to identify that the added weight of a robust ground-drive… Read more »

AOL TRANSLOGIC Coverage of the Transition at Oshkosh 2013

AOL Autos TRANSLOGIC joined us to cover the first public demonstration flight of the Transition at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI on July 31, 2013. Their piece includes interviews with both Carl Dietrich (Terrafugia’s CEO/CTO and co-founder) and Sam Schweighart (Technical Fellow and co-founder).

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